Many people are motivated by their desire to make their mark on the world; whether it’s through art, music, or an innovative service you offer to your community, the possibilities are endless. On the other hand, there are people who will shy away from making this happen because they don’t know where to begin.
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Are you an esthetician? Are you always looking for new services to offer for your patients and stay on the cutting edge of developments within the industry? The MDPen may be a great option for you and your business. Unlike a traditional dermaroller, the MDPen offers more precise control and better results to increase customer
As a skin care ingredient, copper is priceless. Copper is showing up in more skin and hair products due to its effect in fighting signs of aging. Copper peptides are naturally occurring complexes that have been used in personal care products since the 1990s. Investigation into the benefits of copper peptides began in 1973 by
Everyone’s looking for a way to grow their business. It’s what allows us to take on more employees, bring in more revenue, and have a bigger impact on our communities. But when it comes to growing a skin care business, it can be difficult. You want to offer your patients the best products and services
microneedling is the process of creating small “micro injuries” in the skin that evoke the body’s healing mechanisms and sends collagen and elastin to the site. When this happens, your skin is rebuilt stronger and more youthful looking than before. These punctures can be created on just about any part of the skin and go
Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at MDPen. This is part two of our blog series about microneedling aftercare. In part one, we clarified the healing process that takes place once you’ve received microneedling treatment so that you’re more aware of how important skin care is during the process. Although it may seem
The process of microneedling is used to remodel the skin by increasing the amount of the protein collagen in the skin. During this procedure, a certified skin care professional will create precise and controlled micro injuries to stimulate the production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. These micro injuries only reach down to the dermis